Rainforests are mostly known for the vast numbers of species that live within them. The diversity of trees, plants, insects, and wildlife is unmatched by any other ecological zone. More than half of the flora and fauna interactions take place a hundred feet or more off the ground in the canopy. Along the 1.55 miles (2.5km) of trails and three hanging bridges, you will learn how every tree, ferns, mosses, and exotic vegetation such as bromeliads and orchids compete for any space and light in the rain forest.
Then, visit Las Pumas Rescue Center & Wildlife Sanctuary where the guide will explain everything about rescuing, rehabilitating, researching, and releasing wild species back into the wildlife. The wildlife sanctuary is also home to animals that could not return to their habitats because of some reason.It provides a quality captivity life for wild cats, monkeys, white-tailed deer, peccaries, and three species of parrots, scarlet macaw, and keel-billed toucan.